Re: Webcamd testers wanted on FreeBSD 8.2

On Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 10:46 PM, kerbzo <kerbzo@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I use one webcam with webcamd but sometime after reboot /dev/video0 is
not created at all.

BTW, it may be associated with the initialization of the USB ports -
this situation reminded me of the problem with external USB devices
(cdrom or usb memstick) in sysinstall FreeBSD 8x - in some case the
device was not found without the "Re-Scan Devices". Sometimes it is
not required and it is not required on FreeBSD 7x. Re-Scan - it's just
power reset as I understand
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